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    • Who Would Mayor de Blasio Pick to Succeed Ray Kelly? (NYT)
    • Daily News Talks to Harlem Bus Riders About Select Bus Service, Finds They Can't Wait
    • Driver Hits, Critically Injures 3 Year-Old Boy in New Lots; "No Criminality Suspected" (WNBC)
    • Teen Commits Murder-Suicide by Crashing Car; the News and Gothamist Call It an "Accident"
    • The Key Word in This Headline About de Blasio Getting Hit by Citi Bike Rider Is "Almost" (News)
    • Shared Bicycle Lanes on Crotona Avenue Are Too Much for Bronx CB 6 to Handle (Bronx Times)
    • Bay Ridge Community Board Renews Push for Stoplight at Crash-Prone Intersection (Bklyn Paper)
    • WNYC Covers NYPD's Weekend Speeding Crackdown, Notes It's Unclear Where Tickets Were Issued
    • P.S. 232 in Lindenwood Gets Speed Board to Remind Drivers to Slow Down (Queens Courier)
    • East Midtown BID Poll Shows Almost Two-Thirds of Area Residents Oppose Rezoning (DNA)

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